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Old school engine mods #10687 Mar 30, 10:03pm Mar 30, 10:03pm
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Old school engine mods
I have an 88 celica st with the 3s-fe motor. my friends got a turbo for a 89 supra and says that the turbo bolts onto the 3s-ge or 3s-gte engine (from the mr2) does anyone know anything about what i need to do other than get the mr2 headers for my engine.


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Re: Old school engine mods [Re: VaginaTranqulizer5000] #10688 Mar 30, 11:16pm Mar 30, 11:16pm
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i think u'd probably have to swap your FE head for the GE or GTE head too. i'm not too sure tho frown


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